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boulle

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/ bul /
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noun (often initial capital letter)Furniture.

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Also called boulle·work [bool-wurk]. /ˈbulˌwɜrk/.
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boulle

boule or buhl

/ (buːl) /

adjective

denoting or relating to a type of marquetry of patterned inlays of brass and tortoiseshell, occasionally with other metals such as pewter, much used on French furniture from the 17th century

noun

Also called: boullework something ornamented with such marquetry

Word Origin for boulle

C18: named after André Charles Boulle (1642–1732), French cabinet-maker
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